The ground floor of The Lucky Duck is a traditional Victorian pub open from 12pm daily.
Complete with a large and light filled snug to the front, a long, copper-topped antique bar, and a terrace area to the rear. The pub walls are lined with archived streetscape photographs – take a visual tour of Dublin as it used to be.
It’s airy and drenched with light, courtesy of the huge sash windows, which can be fully opened in the summer, taking full advantage of the south-west facing aspect. One of the focal points of this downstairs bar is the magnificent antique back bar, which is over 100 years old. Guinness lovers, rejoice! We’ve got one of the shortest lines in Dublin, which promises the perfect pint of stout.